Northland COVID-19 Vaccine Programme Information | Northland DHB

Northland COVID-19 Vaccine Programme Information

Update 22 September, 2021 - 8:50am

There have been 158,445 COVID-19 vaccine doses administered to eligible* people in Northland. 100,727 Northlanders have had their first dose; 57,718 have received both doses. There were 1,226 vaccinations given on Tuesday 21 September 2021.

*Eligible population includes those aged 12 years and over and residing in Northland.

Current Vaccination Clinics

Clinic news:

Ki A Ora Ngātiwai have Pop-Up clinics this week - details here. NO BOOKING required.

Hokianga Health have Pop-up clinics next week - details here. NO BOOKING required.

Truck drivers are invited to use our dedicated workers lane at the Ballance drive-through vaccination site - this week.

We THANK YOU for protecting yourself and others.

Māori Health Provider Vaccination Clinics   
Māori Health Provider Contact Number
Whakawhiti Ora Pai 09 409 7880
Te Hiku Hauroa 0800 808 4024
Te Rūnanga o Whaingaroa 0800 465 236
Ngāti Hine Health Trust 0800 272 4842
Hokianga Health Trust 09 405 7709 ext. 709
Te Hau Ora O Ngāpuhi 0800 484 006 Option 1
Te Ha Oranga 09 439 3013 Option 1
Ki A Ora Ngātiwai 09 435-4586
Te Hau Āwhiowhio ō Otangarei Trust 0800 120 916


Current Vaccination Clinics
The clinic schedule below may be subject to change. Further clinics will be added regularly.

Venue Location       

Days & Hours              
 Whangārei  Ballance Agri-Nutrients

223 Kioreroa Road - used to be the transport hub for Toll

(NO BOOKING required)


Monday 20 September, 10am-5pm 

Tuesday 21 September, 8am-7.30pm

Wednesday 22 September, 10am-5pm

Thursday 23 September, 8am-7.30pm

Saturday 25 September, 9am-4pm


Ki A Ora Ngātiwai

Call 09 435-4586

Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs, Fri 


Northland DHB

22A Normanby St (next to the Dargaville Yugoslav Hall)

On the opposite side of the road between Caltex and the Farm Machinery Centre.

Look for the flags out on the road. 



Monday 20 September, 11am-6pm

Wednesday 22 September, 10am-5pm



1 Sammaree Place


Wednesday 22 September, 10am-5pm

Thursday 23 September, 12pm-7pm

Friday 24 September, 9am-4pm

Saturday 25 September, 9am-4pm 


Ngāti Hine Health Trust

Moerewa Rugby Club

Simpson Park

State Highway 1, Moerewa


Monday to Friday, 20-24 September




The Old Warehouse Building

11 Matthews Ave


Monday 20 September, 10am-5pm

Tuesday 21 September, 10am-5pm

Wednesday 22 September, 10am-5pm



Te Hau Ora O Ngāpuhi

113 Broadway, Kaikohe

To book go online Book My Vaccine or call the COVID Vaccine Healthline 0800 28 29 26

Appointments only 


We are vaccinating people 12 years and older who live in Northland.

To book a vaccination, call the COVID Vaccination Healthline on 0800 28 29 26 (8am to 8pm, 7 days) and they will make a booking for you and answer any questions you may have, or booking online at 

There are also a number of pharmacies, Māori Health Providers and general practices in Northland offering the COVID-19 vaccination programme. If you have not already heard from them, call them or go to Healthpoint or to find out more.


  • Vaccinations are completely free and are one of the most powerful tools against COVID-19.
  • Two doses of the Pfizer vaccine are how we protect each other, our whānau, and our community, including against the delta variant of the virus.
  • When you book, it’s a good idea to have your NHI (National Health Index) number handy. You don’t need it to book but it will make the process quicker for you. You’ll find your NHI number on a prescription or prescription receipt, x-ray or test result, or a letter from the hospital.
  • It is really important that you provide your full legal name – not an alias name or a nickname. 
  • Please do not turn up any earlier than 15 minutes prior to your appointment and we ask that you respect our COVID-19 Vaccination Community Clinic staff, who are working tirelessly to vaccinate our community.
  • The wait time after COVID vaccinations is now be a minimum of 15 minutes instead of 20 minutes.  

Deciding to get your vaccination at a drive-through centre

  • Drive-through vaccination is only suitable for passenger cars or SUVs. Unfortunately, we cannot accept motorbikes, trucks, or other high-sided vehicles at drive-through centres.
  • If you have a history of fainting or other serious reactions following vaccinations, we recommend you don’t get your vaccination in a drive-through vaccination centre.
  • Private conversations are more challenging at a drive-through site. If you need a detailed conversation about your vaccination, call your GP or Healthline first or attend a non-drive-through vaccination centre.
  • If you have symptoms of COVID-19 or are required to self-isolate (including because you are waiting for your test results), do not come to your vaccination appointment. This applies to all vaccination centres, including drive-through vaccination.

Getting your vaccination at a drive-through vaccination centre

  • Where possible, wear a face covering.
  • Come prepared in case you need to wait in queue for a period of time.
  • Sit next to a car door that can be opened.
  • Wear clothing allowing the vaccinator easy access to your upper arm. You should expect to receive the vaccine in the arm closest to the car window.
  • Always stay in your vehicle, unless you are asked to step out by vaccination staff.                                                           

All appointment bookings will default to six-weeks between first and second doses.

There will be people who have already been fully vaccinated, and their two doses may have been closer together than six-weeks. Please be assured that this is fine - the Pfizer vaccine is highly effective if people have both doses, at least three weeks apart. 

For information about vaccine use for 12-15 year olds, visit Ministry of Health website.

Proof of Vaccination

If you need formal proof of your COVID-19 vaccination for international travel, you can request a vaccination confirmation letter from the Ministry of Health.

To request a vaccination letter for overseas travel, fill out the proof of COVID-19 vaccination form

Influenza Vaccination

If you are over 65 years, you may choose to have your Influenza vaccination before your COVID-19 vaccination. You will need to wait for 14 days after your flu vaccination before you have your COVID-19 vaccination. If you have any questions, please talk with your health provider.

Good places to get information are:

More information about the Northland COVID-19 Vaccination Programme

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